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Old 09-16-2008
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took everyones advice on my lights and...

i went clear instead of black..... lol ill take good pics tomorrow after she gets washed....

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Should have gone black, looks so much better.
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i would have but... my new wheels are going to be chrome.... or high polished. plus my truck is gonna be bling.... not blacked out... and i just got me a little 4.6 2v mustang motor in the mail today.... v8 ranger project is a go!

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even with polished wheels, you should do the headlight mod!
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Yeah I have chrome/aluminum rims and a chrome bumper with blacked out heads, it looks awesome IMO.

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My grille and valance aren't painted yet, thats just black plastic
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headlight mod?
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you put your headlight housings in the stove, and bake em'. then paint em'.
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Yep cost me 10 bucks and a afternoon.
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Also put your aftermarket clears in the oven and swap with the original insides. Changes from the white trim to the black trim. Also get some clear covers for those hella's.
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Looks nice, I put factory style clears on my black 97 and everyone liked them.
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looks good to me
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truck looks real nice
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looks good, I agree with the clear corners! Looks alot better especially with the chrome wheels. Check out "freddie"'s truck, they will look identical.
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Looks good, but black would have looked better, the chrome reflective part would have been enough to compliment the chrome wheels.
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